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  1. http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_5B848D19E4 Estate auction listing for Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Frankenstein's Monster for the 2600.
  2. http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_6124625944 Sealed shipping case of what is presumed to be 6 unopened copies of River Raid for the 2600.
  3. The only disappointing thing is that it took them until page 5 to figure out who RareGamerGirl is, but impressive was the turnaround in public opinion when they did.
  4. Had thought about bidding on that Xante cart but the seller sounds like a pain in the ass if you read the feedback. Buyer must arrange shipping through sellers chosen delivery method. Just ship the damn thing through usps/FedEx/UPS on your own initiative like, i don't know....EVERY other seller on eBay. This is a site that is used almost exclusively by estate auction halls and not individual sellers, so it's definitely not for the typical ebayer. Considering estate auctions are typically more for fragile antique furniture and trinkets from before most of us were born, it's not particularly surprising they'd leave it up to the buyer to choose how they want it shipped in some cases. It really does depends on which auction hall is doing the selling, though.
  5. CIB Fairchild Channel Fs, Model 1 and Model 2 http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/Vintage-Fairchild-Video-Entertainment-System-Chan_7DA489197E/ http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/Vintage-Fairchild-Video-Entertainment-Computer-Ch_4BA42E9BEA/ Lot of 28 Chanel F games http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/28-Vintage-Video-Card-Fairchild-Video-Entertainme_66840E5B3A/ Magnavox Odyssey II with a gigantic lot of 45 games, nearly all CIB http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/Vintage-Magnavox-Odyssey-2-Computer-Video-Game-Sy_6764345BA0/
  6. This isn't my auction, but it's noteworthy enough that I feel it deserves its own mention. http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_9044089873 It looks like an auction has shown up at one of those little local auction halls for a Xante Worm War 1 cartridge. Looks to be in pretty good condition, too. Online bidding is allowed, so have at it if anyone is interested. Note that the buyer's premium is highway robbery(20%), but it is what it is. Also included in the lot is Quest for Quintana Roo (Sunrise ver.), Frankenstein's Monster, and Jawbreaker. As an aside, they're also holding an auction for Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Frankenstein's Monster in a separate lot. http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_A094830BB2 Edit: Auction is over.
  7. Some interesting auctions today by some smaller auction halls. CIB set of Atari 2600 games, including Pigs in Space, Tax Avoiders, Kung-Fu Master, Skate Boardin', and Pete Ross Baseball. http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_0C64BCFAC8 Mostly unremarkable 2600 mini, except for an Arcadia Supercharger buried among the lot. http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_9D24793B22 A Conic TVG 102-4, and an Atari 600XL http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_A284E64B71 Bunch of loose 2600 carts, but there looks to be two loose copies of Snoopy and the Red Baron. http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_5504C59A68
  8. http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-lot/lot_56A4E7EA03 Unremarkable lot of Atari cartridges, with a couple of NES carts in there because why not. What does catch my attention however is whatever that thing is on the bottom right, second from the bottom. Anyone know what that is? It's certainly not shaped like a standard cartridge, but I can't make out the label.
  9. So from what I gather from this thread, this is a different port than the one D. Scott Williamson programmed? What kind of noteworthy differences in how it performs/behaves, if so? I don't normally buy homebrew stuff too often, but I wouldn't mind one to put up on the shelf next to Williamson's Star Castle.
  10. Here's a rather neat one. http://www.auctionzip.com/aflive.html?method=getLotInfo&lotref=8DDFD0D260 It's an auction for an Atari stock certificate from 1989. I don't think anyone would be insane enough to bid on this given the bonkers premium/commission demands and starting bid, but it's still a neat piece of history.
  11. Sounds like just the nature of free bid auctions. If nobody's really looking for it and you don't tell anyone you have it up for auction, you won't get a lot of bids.
  12. Bally Astrocade with box, manuals and 8 games(loose) being auctioned off online by an auction hall in Kentucky. Fairly hefty 15% buyer's premium however. http://www.auctionzip.com/aflive.html?method=getLotInfo&lotref=328E891935 Little over 4 days remaining as of the time of this posting.
  13. http://www.auctionzip.com/aflive.html?method=getLotInfo&lotref=1ED6364A61&utm_source=azemail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=alerts Up for auction, a Coleco Roller Controller and a Radio Shack TV Scoreboard that have both seen better days, and assorted Atari carts. Noteworthy titles include CIB Tank Command for the 7800, CIB Water Ski for the 7800, and CIB The Designer's Pencil for Atari 800/XL/XE. Auction end date Nov. 18.
  14. I got a hold of this foxy little number the other day. Gene-you-wine 3DO Testing Station. These l'il fellas are apparently capable of playing both encrypted and unencrypted 3DO software. (note the switch on the back) I only see these pop up once every few years and they command fairly abusive prices. Came with both controllers and a loose copy of Burning Soldier. Hooked her up to my TV and she hums perfectly.
  15. I'd still make a complaint to eBay, personally. But keep an eye on how he relists it, or if he relists it. Particularly if he relists with a higher starting bid or doesn't change the shipping cost on the next relist.
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